Updated at 6:14 p.m. ET Attorney General William Barr asked President Trump to stop his social media commentary on Thursday after the flap over the case involving Trump's adviser Roger Stone. Barr told ABC News in an interview scheduled to air on Thursday evening that he wants Trump to "stop tweeting" and that the president's comments make it "impossible" to do his job as the head of federal law enforcement. Trump has never asked Barr to intervene in a criminal case, the attorney general said, but he added that Trump's comments surrounding the Stone matter have been corrosive to the image of the Justice Department, which has a tradition of independence. The department directed the U.S. Attorney's Office in Washington, D.C., to submit a second memo...
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Attorney General Says Trump's Tweets About DOJ Make His Job 'Impossible'